fbpx

An “instant connection” led Amy Putman, 24, and Shaun McMahon, 27 to their perfect wedding.  Their rustic vineyard wedding at Wild Cattle Creek Estate in Victoria.

A gorgeous wedding for a stunning couple.

The young couple met at 19 and 23 respectively while Shaun was playing in a rock band. Within a year of dating the then couple moved in together. During a two-month Europe holiday, Shaun popped the question.

“A mere four days into the trip, Shaun proposed to me in my grandmother’s apartment in the south of Holland,” smiles Amy. “It was beautiful. We got to spend the next two months travelling together as fiancés!”

 

So, how did Shaun propose?

The young couple met at 19 and 23 respectively while Shaun was playing in a rock band. Within a year of dating the couple moved in together and, during a two-month Europe holiday, Shaun popped the question.

“A mere four days into the trip, Shaun proposed to me in my grandmother’s apartment in the south of Holland,” smiles Amy. “It was beautiful and we got to spend the next two months travelling together as fiancés!”

 

Amy’s dress was custom made by Ziva Wedding Dresses. “I chose my design and fabrics, and had it made,” she says.

Sixty-five close family and friends joined the pair outdoors on December 14.  It was designed to be a relaxed affair. “It was a simple and effective wedding,” says Amy.

“Shaun and I worked together through every stage of the planning. We had such a fun, relaxed night.”

The cocktail style setting meant the newlyweds could speak to every guest. It was important they didn’t miss out on any special moments.

Dream wedding day

What Amy calls her “dream wedding day” was elegantly decorated with peach and navy blue. The bridesmaids wore floor length navy dresses that complemened Amy’s lace high-neck gown. The contrasting were feminine blooms by Red Earth Flowers in apricot and cream.

 

Amy’s brother organised two convertable Mustangs to transport the boys and use in photos.

Photos courtesy of Michael Briggs Photography.

Featured Suppliers: